After 17 years in captivity, Israeli soldiers Nimrode Klein, Uri Zach, and Amiel Ben Horin return home to the country that made them national icons. They work to overcome the trauma of torture and captivity while settling back into their interrupted family lives. Meanwhile, the military psychiatrist assigned to them finds discrepancies in the soldiers' testimonies, and launches an investigation to discover what they are hiding.
The show was sold to 20th Century Fox Television and adapted into the acclaimed series Homeland for cable channel Showtime in the United States.
After seventeen years in captivity, Nimrode Klein, Uri Zach, and Amiel Ben Horin return home to Israel and reunite with their families.
Nimrode and Uri are taken to an interrogation facility designed for released Israeli prisoners of war. There, they meet Haim, a military psychologist who tries to understand what Nimrode and Uri experienced while in captivity.
Haim investigates Nimrode and Uri, while in the process of deciphering their secret language. Talia is desperate to see Nimrode.
Depressed, Uri refuses to leave his bed, even when Nurit attempts to speak with him. Uri's father, Yoske, gives Uri letters written by his mother when he was held in captivity.
The funeral of Amiel Ben Horin. Yael still sees her brother everywhere, and is desperate for him to leave her alone.
Talia and Nimrode go on television for an interview, where Talia learns that she doesn't know Nimrode as well as she thought. Dana is taken to meet Dr. Ostrovstky, a psychologist.
Talia and Nimrode enjoy some time alone. Dana's intentions for Dr. Ostrovsky becomes more clear. Hatzav prepares for his Army tests.
Uri and Nimrode disappear, and worry their families. The Klein family find a few joyous moments while Nimrode is missing. Nimrode's nightmares take a physical toll on Talia.
Nimrode has a nightmare of the night he was killed Amiel. Talia tries to convince Nimrode to talk to her. Yael surprises Ilan at his home.